Thursday, July 21, 2016

A Steampunk Mad Tea Party!

It's time for Alice's Steampunk Mad Tea Party!

    She made invitations,

    Decorated the table,

    Made homemade treats,

    The Mad Hatter even brought treats too!

    She whipped up some tea,

     Popped on her costume,

    And waited.
    Oh look who came first!
    Dinah, Alice's beloved kitten!

    Her face was painted sweetly like a kitten

    Next, along came the Door Mouse. She fell right to sleep as soon as she arrived.

    But, Alice was able to wake her up to take a picture of her cute mouse face.

    Right behind came the Mad Hatter!

    The hat perched on her head was beautiful.

    Next skipped in the Cheshire Cat.

    This kitty's face and tail were very creative.

    Last, came in the Queen of Hearts.

    Her makeup, crown, and scepter looked very regal.

    They seated themselves at the table, and began to have fun.

    The Hatter enjoyed the nuts,

     The Queen enjoyed the RED strawberries,

     The Cheshire Cat loved the EAT ME cakes,

    And the Door Mouse and Dinah sweetly ate the Strawberry Shortcake.

    Oh! The poor Door Mouse fell asleep again!

    Alice enjoyed serving the tea.

    In the end, they all had a fun group picture for memories!

    I hope that you all enjoyed this fun Tea party!
   You can visit other fun Alice in Wonderland Tea Parties at:

Don't forget to visit A Fanciful Twist's Tea Party post too!

Here is my mother's Alice in Wonderland Tea Party post also:

Sunday, April 3, 2016


Mae govannon, mellon!!! Man, it's been a while since I have been on here, writing for ya'll! :)
Today, I felt like I needed to write this post, knowing that God is telling me to. AWESOMENESS, right?
I am going to do my best not to flip out, (because when I do, I'm not very nice), but I'm am going to be honest. :D
Okay, so this post is about how this guy,

gets mistreated on the Internet! Yep.

Okay, so, I posted on Pintrest a few minutes ago about how lately, since the Hobbit movie trilogy came out, people have been posting some NASTY, JUNKY stuff on the Internet, and it involves Thranduil, played by the amazing actor, Mr. Lee Pace.
This is what I said...exactly:
 "I know that there are a LOT of nasty things, and pictures of Thranduil out on the Internet, and it makes me wonder, "Do people really know who Thranduil really is, and what PJ has created with this character?" It's embarrassing for both me, and for the actor who plays Thranduil. Would you, and I'm asking all of you, do this in real life to Thranduil? I posted this video as a reminder to those that Thranduil is a living Elf, NOT a play toy."

(Here's the video.

Does this guy look like someone to be tampered with?

It makes sense, doesn't it? I mean, what if Thranduil really was real? How would he feel? He's a father of a GROWN son, lost his wife by death, and now, you're going to do this to him? If I was Thranduil, I would be very upset, and possibly get a little mean. I see a lot of girls writing how handsome he is, how beautiful his eyes are, how they wish that he was in their lives. And then, they create NASTY pictures of him! WOW!! Okay...weird.

I understand that he is a handsome Elf. I agree, he has a charming look to him but is he an Elf that Peter Jackson created to be nasty? And I don't mean Angry-nasty, I mean (this is very hard for me to write) 'sexy'? As in, BAD sexy? Uh...NOPE!!!!! I don't think so.
(Here is a pin that I found a while back, and this is what inspired me to make the pin description, and this post:

Why would people do this? It takes the fun out of a character that actually isn't mentioned that much in Tolkien's writings. How would Tolkien feel if he saw all this if he was alive, right now, today?
It makes me lose respect for those who post these things on the Internet.
I like the Hobbit movies, and the Lord of the Rings. But when I accidentally see these things, it makes me sick to my stomach, and I have to put those things aside, and keep on going in the right way. It's losing respect to those characters. It takes the fun out of an AMAZING Christian book series that God inspired for Tolkien to create.

The Bible even talks about sexual immorality:
1 Corinthians 6:13-20
“Food is meant for the stomach and the stomach for food”—and God will destroy both one and the other. The body is not meant for sexual immorality, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body. And God raised the Lord and will also raise us up by his power. Do you not know that your bodies are members of Christ? Shall I then take the members of Christ and make them members of a prostitute? Never! Or do you not know that he who is joined to a prostitute becomes one body with her? For, as it is written, “The two will become one flesh.” But he who is joined to the Lord becomes one spirit with him. ..."
Proverbs 6:32
"He who commits adultery lacks sense; he who does it destroys himself."

Leviticus 20:13
"If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them."

1 Thessalonians 4:7
"For God has not called us for impurity, but in holiness"

(This is one reason why I do not have crushes on actors)

1 John 2:15-16
"Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride in possessions—is not from the Father but is from the world."

Romans 13:9
"For the commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not murder, You shall not steal, You shall not covet,” and any other commandment, are summed up in this word: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”

These are what keep us from doing wrong, whether in public, OR on the Internet.

Thranduil is not the sexy, mess with any girl, type of Elf. NO SIREE!!! Tolkien did not create Thranduil for that, NOR did Mr. Jackson.
This is the Elf that Mr. Jackson created:

An Elf who loves his WIFE, not anyone else
I begging all of you, PLEASE don't get hooked on Thranduil, OR Lee Pace. You're never going to get what you want, and besides, God has a different plan for you, and a different man, not an adult, married, and possibly a father, guy.
I agree that there are many men out there that have good looks. But, what if they secretly smoke, or have married many times. Or aren't even a Christian? Lee Pace might not be a Christian. I don't know, but please stop with the sexy stuff.
I'm a 16 year old girl, who doesn't have a boyfriend yet, and I don't want a boyfriend right now. I don't even want to get married at 19. I know that out there, there is a guy who is more handsome, more kind and charming then Thranduil.
I always tell myself something like, "He's just an average human being. There isn't any man in the whole world that is inhuman. Justian Beiber is a human, Lee Pace is a human, Orlando Bloom is a human, Johnny Depp is a human, and I don't have a single crush on any of them. There's no reason too! God already had a life for them. They are His, not ours."

Okay, so, now that I got all my stuff out, (sign's meant for me) here's a goof picture. :P

*I know that is isn't normally what I would post, but, sometimes, God tells us to tell others about the things that are not okay in life. I hope that ya'll understand what I was trying to get to ya'll.
Have a great rest of ya'll's afternoon!

Thursday, January 7, 2016

The Wardrobe: Thranduil, Outfit Five

Howdy, ya'll!!
I'm so glad that ya'll are enjoying my new label, The Wardrobe. Well, here's another one!
Thranduil's Outfit Number 5.
Hope ya'll enjoy.

This outfit that Thranduil wears in The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, is a more fancy over robe then the one Mr. Pace wore in The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. (Outfit Two) He wears this the night before the big battle starts.

1. Robe 1. Robe 1 is the long sleeved, detailed over robe that Mr. Pace wore. It's detail is, what I believe, like another kind of tree bark.

I love how the fabric is very shimmery, and a silvery grey color.
The red fabric for the sleeves look like they are made from a velvet fabric, in a wine-red shade. It looks very comfortable to wear.

2. Robe 2: robe 2 is the same as Robe 2 of Outfit Three.

3. Accessories: The accessories are the same as the other outfits, (Outfit One, Outfit Two, Outfit Three, Outfit Four)

4. The Crown: The crown that was made for Mr. Pace in The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, is different, and more simple, then the crown that he wears in Outfit One and Four.

The crown is twisted and turned to imitate thorns, and the gem in the middle imitates a single leaf.
The thorns are a silver metal, and the leaf is made from a green crystal.

Well, this looks pretty comfortable to wear, before battling Orcs and Dwarves.

The Wardrobe: Thranduil, Outfit Four

Hey ya'll! Here's another Wardrobe post! I hope ya'll enjoy!
So this outfit is the outfit that you first see Thranduil wearing in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey prologue.
 This one is a shorter post, like Outfit Two, but I hope you enjoy it!.

1. Robe 1: Robe one is a long, silver robe, with beautiful detail. It probably is the fanciest kingly robe that Mr. Lee wore in all three Hobbit movies.

The collar is high, as usual, and it has long sleeves. Of course, the robe, has a long train. :)

2. Robe 2: Robe 2 is a sleevles over robe, with pointed shoulders.

It is about as long as Robe 1, but it has a different detail. The detail is more bar looking then Robe 1, which has a more fancy look. The robe is a silver color as Robe 1.

3. The Belt: Not every Thranduil outfit has a belt, and this is one of the very few that does. It is a golden color, and long.

It has a gold/brown gem in the middle, which looks like it is the same shape as Thranduil's brooch.

4. The Arm Guards: The arm guards are a softer fabric then the metal ones that he wears in The Hobbit: Battle of the Fives Armies.

The beautiful design goes well with the outfit, a fancy, kingly detail.

5. The Crown and Accessories: The crown and accessories are the same as Outfit One.

Well, there you are! I hope you enjoyed it!

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

The Wardrobe: Thranduil, Outfit Three

Howdy ya'll!!
I'm so glad that ya'll have been enjoying my newest label, The Wardrobe.
Here is Thranduil's Outfit Three!

Okay, so Outfit Three is another one of my favorite outfits that Mr. Lee wore in The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. (Outfit One is my favorite.)

1. Robe 1: The blood red robe that Thranduil wears looks very comfortable, and easy to fight in, though you never see him fight in it.

It has long, loose sleeves, (but not has long as the sleeves as Outfit Two.)

They fit over nicely the robe that he wears under it. It also has a long train, which is one of his trademarks as the King of Mirkwood.

2. Robe 2: Under the red robe, Thranduil wears a shorter version of the Outfit One robe. It is of a silver/green color, and has long sleeves.

It has the same high collar, and the same design. But the only difference is that the hem of the robe comes to about his knees, probably at the top of his knee-high boots.

3. The Accessories: The accessories are the same as Outfit One.

4. The Sword: The sword that was made for Mr. Lee was made out of one, long block of iron. It's details are very beautiful, and you get to see him use it in The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies. (He actually uses two of the same sword in this movie. But in The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, he's only using one.)

5. The Staff: Thranduil only really has his staff in one scene, and that is when you first see glimpses of him in Mirkwood with Outfit One.

You don't actually see him with the staff in this outfit, but it does look great with it.

Well, I hoped ya'll enjoyed, and if so, please leave a comment below!